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Frogburgers are a Dorgeshuun cuisine that is made by the cave goblins. It is a hamburger-like dish popular amongst the Dorgeshuun cave goblins. The dish consists of grilled big frog meat between two buns.

Frogburgers can be purchased in the Dorgesh-Kaan marketplace from Durgok for 10 coins. He advertizes it as "Frogburger! There's nothing like grilled frog in a bun!" They can also be pickpocketed from cave goblins within Dorgesh-Kaan by players with at least 36 Thieving. Frogburgers heal 200 life points when consumed. Frogburgers are not commonly used by players because they are untradeable, locked behind quests, and heal a very minuscule amount of life points.

Frogburgers are one of many Dorgeshuun dishes to include frog as an ingredient. The caves beneath Misthalin are home to several species of frog, and as such they have been a staple of the Dorgeshuun diet since their descent beneath the surface during the God Wars. Coated frogs' legs, frog spawn, frogspawn gumbo, and roast frog are also commonly eaten by the Dorgeshuun, and are all drawn from the caves' abundant frog population. Unlike most Dorgeshuun dishes, however, frogburgers include bread, a food not common amongst the Dorgeshuun because wheat cannot be grown beneath the surface. Because of this, it is likely that the bread is made from a subterannean resource other than grain, or that the bread was brought to the city by surface-dwellers following the city's opening during the Death to the Dorgeshuun quest.

Should players speak to the spit goblin near the sandpit in Dorgesh-Kaan, they may ask if the goblin will give them some of the frog meat being cooked. The goblin mentions that players can buy frogburgers at the market, implying that they are currently popular.

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